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Welcome to UnNews Religion Section.

Spirituality in the news.

UnNews takes a dim view of religion, especially those which practice old time rituals like "Hyenamancy". That being said, spirituality is an bottomless well of humor. George W. Bush, the Pope and Westboro Baptist Church get their fair share of ribbing here. Not to be too discriminating, we extend our wit to all faiths and cults, whackos and nutjobs, the saintly and the blasphemous. Your cross to bear, dear reader, is the occasional fact sprinkled among this journalistic gem store, and for this, we apologize.


Religion in UnNews

Taliban vows to wipe out literacy in our lifetimes

KABUL, Afghanistan -- Officials of the Taliban Press Corps released a statement today which outlined several goals in their new 15 year plan. First on the list is literacy, a bane to the very existence of the Taliban. more...


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Show us your tits!

~ Martin Luther on Spring Break

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Pat Robertson as God

"I used to have a pimple right here!"

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Religion in UnNews

NYMEX opens floor to Christian missionary futures
Saint bernardino of sienna evangelist

WALL STREET, NY -- In the ultra-competitive world of Evangelism, many churches have found it increasingly difficult to get hold of the funds required to back missionary task forces in foreign countries... that is, until now. The current theologico-economic climate has frightened off all venture capitalists, save those few most ardent. more...


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Falwell starts campaign against God

LAKE OF FIRE, HELL - The Reverend Jerry Falwell has begun organizing a "moral campaign" on Tuesday, after being distraught with what he claims as "immorality and hedonism" morally supported by the almighty creator, God. more...

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